Never again, I’m afraid. Nor to Iraq, either. And possibly not to Jordan or Libya or Lebanon. The old monuments, the old churches, the ancient libraries, the Crusader castles, even the old mosquees, are all being destroyed. And its dangerous for Infidels to travel to any Muslim land — why risk it? Despite its pyramids, Egypt is no longer attracting tourists. Would you go, knowing that the Muslim Brotherhood is determined to destroy the current government and to do so by damaging the economy, a major part of which is tourism? Do you remember the massacre at Luxor? You can see all you need to see of ancient Egypt in the Louvre, the British Museum, in Berlin, in New York, in Boston — not in situ, but at least in safety. And even Turkey becomes less pleasant and more dangerous, because more wildly Muslim under Erdogan and his courtiers, every day. Just a few blocks from Taksim Square, and Isiqlal Caddesi, another Istanbul — of religious bookstores, and religious fanatics — can be accidentally entered. It’s not pleasant.
If you want a voyage pittoresque you’ll have to go anywhere but the Muslim-occupied lands. How about L’Amerique septentrionale? Or good old Europe — you know, France, Italy, Holywell Manor, wonderful wonderful Copenhagen, the coast of Bohemia, places like that?